was a California Refugee. He came to us with a severe eye
infection and we ended up having to have one of his eyes removed
from the long term damage done.
- Tyson has put on just a bit of weight since coming he
is a very healthy 9 pounds, when he arrived he was just
a bit over 8.5. He has really filled out well.
Yesterday we had to make the very tough decision to have
his eye removed. The affects of long term dry eye
and infection were just to much. He was blind in
the eye and it was critically enlarged ready to burst.
We are desperately seeking funds to cover his surgery.
The total cost was $581.88 and we are about half way
there in donations. See the donation above if you
would like to donate to help with Tyson's surgery.
- Tyson's vet visit went very well. He got the OK
to leave the bandages off, much to his relief and mine.
I was getting tired of fighting him to get them back on.
Now he is flashing his "stitch monster face". We
believe he will be able to get his stitches removed on
the 16th. I didn't brush up his mug for the
pictures so he is looking a bit wooley.
- Tyson's stitches were removed and he is doing great.
He went to his new home with Lesley today.
Ladybug was the last Pom from our
January rescue to place.
She came so far in a short time and had become a super sweet and
engaged girl. She will do great in her new home.
Crissy captured my heart while she was here. So much character
in a teenie tiny package.
Congratulations to Wendy on her new family member.
came to us when his owner passed away. Such a sweet little guy
who's ears are bigger than his head :)
is officially a foster failure LOL, Her foster mom decided she
couldn't part with her and has adopted her.
I just love it when a perfect match is made.
-ChiChi, Indy, Thelma, Pokimon, Magic & Casper-
six all went to Pommy Country
Rescue in Canada.
Dori is a great friend and has fosters all lined up and some
adopters waiting in the wings.
last Bambi is going to be home soon. He has been with us for 9
Hope, who helps around here at times, is going to be taking him home
with her soon.
Connor came to us as a death row California dog. He had many
marks against him along with being blind, he had an upper
respiratory infection, severe dental infections, a hernia and still
needed neutered. He spent many days at the Vet before he was
able to have his surgeries and dental cleaning. Thanks to the
help of Rhonda we saved him, in the nic of time. Rhonda
visited him at the Vet clinic every day through is stay. Once
he was able to travel, and arrived in Oregon he quickly won our
hearts. Finding just the right home for him took 6 months, but
the right one was there. Connor and Jane are now the best of
buddies and he will be spending many days under her feet while she
Hope with her new best friend and bed warmer.
Starr will have a wonderful home in Sunny Arizona.
He will be staying with us through the first of the year when his
new momma will be coming to take him home.